Pag- +rep1-…-an 2 : Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: direction

to do something in the (physical or psychological) direction of, repeatedly, continually, a lot, intensively or frequently; or,
to do something directed toward multiple objects

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

tapak

footstep

pagtatapakan

to step on repeatedly (etc.)

lagay

something put

paglalagyan

to put in/on repeatedly (etc.)

root

tapak

meaning

footstep

root + affix

pagtatapakan

meaning

to step on repeatedly (etc.)

root

lagay

meaning

something put

root + affix

paglalagyan

meaning

to put in/on repeatedly (etc.)

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

pagta­tapakan

pinagta­tapakan

pinagtatatapakan

pinapagtatapakan

pagtatatapakan

papagtatapakan

pagla­lagyan

pinagla­lagyan

pinaglalalagyan

pinapaglalagyan

paglalalagyan

papaglalagyan

basic form

pagta­tapakan

completed

pinagta­tapakan

uncompleted

pinagtatatapakan

pinapagtatapakan

unstarted

pagtatatapakan

papagtatapakan

basic form

pagla­lagyan

completed

pinagla­lagyan

uncompleted

pinaglalalagyan

pinapaglalagyan

unstarted

paglalalagyan

papaglalagyan

Sentences:

Pinagtatapakan nila ang mga kahon.

They stepped/stomped on the boxes (and there were many of them).

Pinaglalagyan nila ng tape ang mga kahon.

They put tape on the boxes (and there were many of them).

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